Jason D. Morris – James Knowlson
The man standing in front of me; is priceless.
Bow ties fasten wisdom within his old crab suit.
White buds conspire to conceal thousands of worn days,
That tongue has been through lectures in circles.
Time is his passion as he connects to ancient literature,
Speed through words, experience is golden
He has mingled with scholars
Hassled with philosophers
Saw the shine of his accomplishments
Lived a life for knowledge.
He is a relic in the present,
A statue of the old ways.
A professor of arts
A teller of days past.
He passes on the legacy of gloom filled plays.
A historic friendship to a man damned to fame.
This man is
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